Anxiety 101: A Short Course in College Admission. Presented by Campus Planning Inc. College Selection. Three questions a family should resolve before choosing possible colleges and universities!. Is the school with the lower sticker price the least expensive to attend? You may be surprised!.
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Is the school with the lower sticker price the least expensive to attend? You may be surprised!
Is the bigger school, the better school for my child to attend?
Is older school, the better school for my child to
attend? (i.e. the Ivies)
you will have many more course options
the majority offer free tutorial helpCollege SelectionIs bigger better?
chance of being involved
in campus activities
assertive to get
odds of graduating in
need a car … unless you ride the bus
If you live on campus,
you will;College SelectionShould the student commute or live on campus?
The greatest danger is not that our hopes are too high and we never reach them but, that our hopes are too low and we do!
In other words: If you haven’t been denied admission by at least one school, you haven’t been assertive enough with your selections!
The average SAT scores of denied students, applying to elite colleges or universities, are higher than the average SAT scores of the admitted students. The best applicants do not necessarily gain admission to such institutions. Campus Planning assists the student in increasing his or her odds of gaining admission to such schools.
Remember, colleges have been answering questions much longer than you, the parents, have been asking them.
-Letter of Rec./Essay